I see so many GAGers complain that they get rejected by everyone they're interested in because the opposite gender is too shallow - only wants women who are thin or men who are rich or whatever. If someone really finds you unappealing, would you even want them to date you and just be not that excited about it?
Personally no. I wrote a mytake about this very subject.
However, most people I know personally who are upset about being rejected are not upset with the person for being shallow or because the person never gave him/her a chance. Most of them I know are upset because they don't like being unattractive.
I wouldn't date them. I settled with a girl for almost two years and it didn't end well (we are still friends though) I have personally noticed that many of the girls on gag are super bitchy and even more inexperienced than my 18 year old self.
you forget that many women have a 6ft plus requirement, I find that the most shallow of anything. i don't discriminate on height I've dated women that are 5'4 and women that are 5'11 and i'm 5'7, so you women need to stop being so hung up on your guy having to be 6ft
LOL women want rich men (whores), men want attractive women (whats wrong with being sexually attracted to the opposite gender through the only gender specific trait besides pheromones?) money is trade for almost everything, having it as a prerequisite in a relationship makes you a product to be owned.
No, I don't want someone who settles for me. I want them to enjoy me as I am and not compare me or think that I'm second best. I want to be their favourite and not necessarily for them to think they could never do better because I'm sure they could, but for them to not want to do better because they've got me.
no~ better to be alone than with someone who thinks of me as simply "good enough".
anyone who settles for, or is a willing participant in, a mediocre relationship has serious self-esteem issues and would likely benefit from some professional counselling. unless it's mad, passionate, extraordinary love/sex/whatever, it's a waste of time.
I understand both sides to this situation. A relationship needs attraction otherwise it is just a friendship, however, exterior features are not the only attractive feature a person can possess. Before my boyfriend and I started dating I did not find him attractive while he secretly liked me for months and always hoped that our friendship would turn into something more. I didn't find him attractive and just "friend-zoned" him but after a while I could not help falling in love with the amazing qualities he possesses. He is amazing, treats me like a princess and is humorous! My perception of him changed after some time of knowing him and I find him the most irresistible and most amazing man in the world. He thinks that I am settling for him when in fact I am completely head over heals! I don't know if what I experienced is a rare case but I believe that any person deserves a chance and if the spark is not there after some time of getting to know a person then the answer speaks for itself.
I'd want that someone to be into my personality. And if they have to settle for my appearance in order to get my personality, then i'm fine with it. Since i doubt he'd go too low to settle anyway.
Either way, being appreciqted and wanted for your personality, for who you are, is way more valuable to me than being wanted for how i look like. It also says much about the guy if he settles for my looks. Compared to guys who dates Barbie dolls with the personality of a fucking cactus.
I wouldn't want to date someone who wasn't really excited about me. It would make me feel bad to know a guy was just settling because he couldn't get the one he really wanted to be with. That's just using someone
Nothing worse than being second best. Wouldn't do it
i would not want to.
To get what they want. Sex with the hot chick/guy or free stuff, generally, it seems.
A lot of people are upset because reciprocity and genuine connection is damned difficult. It's tough, but without it, nothing is meaningful.